• Help grant life-changing wishes this March.
  • Sign up to cycle 20KM, 100KM, 200KM or 700KM.
  • Every dollar you raise will help make wishes come true.

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1. Choose your distance

Sign up now and challenge yourself to ride 20km, 100km, 200km, 700km or a distance of your choice. On the road, in your living room or local spin class! 

2. Fundraise

Ask others to support your Ride For Wishes. Every km travelled and every dollar raised will make a life-changing difference.


3. Ride

Track your progress and workouts on your personal fundraising page. Watch and feel great as you see the kms and $$$ add up. Kapow!

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How many KMs will you ride?

189 riders

2,092km cycled

Help make wishes come true for kids like Tyler

Cassie Jones signed up to take part in Ride For Wishes because she truly knows the impact of a wish. Her son Tyler was diagnosed with an illness when he was just 18 months old.

Tyler’s condition, Metachromatic Leukodystrophy left him unable to speak, walk, swallow or see.

‘We were told his life expectancy was between five and eight years of age’ says mum Cassie. Tyler is now 11-years-old so every day is special.

Tyler loves animals and was over the moon to be surrounded by them in 2014 for his special wish. He had a petting zoo, jumping castle, pirate performer and a BBQ with his friends. He even got to feed a beautiful baby lamb. Tyler’s wish brought joy and hope to his whole family.

Cassie hadn’t ridden her bike for a long time, but she signed up for Ride For Wishes alongside her friend Tammy whose life has also been impacted by Metachromatic Leukodystrophy or MLD. Together, they created Team MLD Awareness and raised money for Make-A-Wish Australia and also raise awareness about this horrible disease.

Please sign up to Ride For Wishes this March to help make more wishes come true for kids like Tyler.

Help us hit our fundraising target!

$14,282 raised

$150,000 Goal

$14,282 raised

$150,000 Goal

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